Photoshop :: Small Photo, Large Resolution?

Nov 12, 2005

I have a photo that I copied from an Power Point Presentation which looked great on Power Point but when I have it in PS I noticed that the image size is just 2.507x1.028 with a res. of 576. Pixel Dimensions are 2.45M

I would like to print out a larger version of this photo but I'm not having much luck with it. It gets blurry when I try to enlarge it.

It was on Power Point as PNG graphic and I saved it to the desktop as a Gif andthen dragged it into PS.

Don't know much about Power Point maybe there is a better way to transfer pics from it.

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Photoshop :: The Photo Is Too Small/resolution Question?

Aug 18, 2006

I changed to 6 x 4 resolution. I put the photo paper plus glosssy in my printer and printed it out but it's too small. What happen?

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Photoshop :: Big Low Resolution To Small High Resolution

Oct 23, 2004

i have some big .jpgs with low resolution say 10x10 inch at 72dpi.

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Photoshop :: Print Large Image By Tiling Several Normal/small Once

May 4, 2008

I am working on a project that is a large print of about 30 inches wide and 20 inches in height.

(I just wrote a big post but for some reason when I tried posting it the forum logged me off and it didnt post so I wont get too detailed here.)

Basically I need to print the image for example using 9 piece of normal paper and stick it together with transperant tape to make a large image.

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Photoshop :: Large Tradeshow Poster, Size, Resolution

Sep 5, 2008

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Or do you create it at one third its size at 300dpi & then enlarge it by 300%?

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Photoshop :: Adding Text To Large Resolution Files?

May 29, 2006

to add large test to large resolution files, i.e. 4000 pixel files from Canon 5d for example?

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Photoshop :: Centering A Layer With Small Photo

Aug 13, 2012

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Apr 3, 2006

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Apr 9, 2012

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Apr 30, 2006

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Jul 21, 2009

I am learning Photoshop on my own. I am using CS4. I need some help in understanding the resolution thing.

If I have a photo taken with a digitala camera at 6 megapixel and I want to load it on Photoshop for a few tweaks and adjustments what resolution should I assign? I usually choose 200 pixels/inch.

Secondly, does it affect the image if the resolution assigned on Photoshop is lesser than the camera resolution?

I do not take prints of my Photoshop works. Just in case I need to print them I need to make sure that the resolution is appropriate.

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Photoshop :: Should One Change The Resolution Of The Preview Photo?

Jul 28, 2009

I use PS 7 and learning fast.

The default resolution when I open a photo, is set on 72 pixels per inch. This produces a photo with not a lot of detail and my previews are not the same as the end result. I have read somewhere that it is better to work on 300 dpi. Is this correct?

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